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Reviewed 16 September 2020 via mobile

A great experience in the Dry Season. Amazing wildlife to be seen from Emus, Kangaroos etc, Nice water crossings and occasional views to the gulf. Nature at its best.

Date of experience: August 2020
1  Thank Tony W
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Reviewed 12 August 2020 via mobile

We went into Southern Lost World in. Limmen National Park. There is a strong gripping air of spiritual and natural awe here. The rock formations are staggering, from 5 to 40 meters in height. You can walk around in them and it feels like they speak to you like alien beings. Birds and flowers are abundant. Walk at early morning and evening to get totally different perspective under varying sunscapes. The walk takes an hour

Date of experience: July 2020
4  Thank Stanthorpe
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Reviewed 17 February 2020

If this place was near a city it would be overrun by Tourists. As it is, it is a very long way from anywhere and not even accessible all year round due to the wet season. A jurassic landscape of towering, and often leaning, columns of rock this is world class, and one of several similar formations in the area. The best is only accessible by helicopter from Cape Crawford Roadhouse (The "Cape" name remains despite the sea retreating thousands of years ago) The roadhouse and, for the more adventurous, Lorella Springs station are top places to base yourself while in this remote area.

Date of experience: May 2019
4  Thank Chris T
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Reviewed 12 June 2019 via mobile

A great drive during the dry. Road was very good, with several small but interesting water crossings. A range of wildlife, an emu family the most interesting. A great scenic way to get from Borroloola to Roper Bar.

Date of experience: June 2019
2  Thank Tony W
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Reviewed 12 September 2018

We stayed at the Southern Lost City campground for a night on our way to Lorella Springs. Great facilities at the campground. really clean with allocated sites and fireplaces to cook on. Only $7.70 a night for a family to stay here. Well done to the Northern Territory for providing such a great campground.

Date of experience: August 2018
5  Thank tripinavan
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